Mexico halfway through quake restoration of old churches

MEXICO CITY — The earthquake struck in seconds, but three years later restorers still face.

Germán Pasos, Mérida’s chronicler of the LGBT community, dies

Merida Yucatan (October 21, 2020) .- Germán Pasos Tzec, anthropologist, writer, journalist and activist in.

Economic reactivation measures announced in Mérida markets

In support of the market tenants and for the reactivation of activities in a safe.

Four bicycle circuits will interconnect the “White City”

There will be four bicycle circuits that will cover the north, north-west and south areas.

Yucatan registers rise in COVID-19 cases

MÉRIDA.- This Tuesday there was a slight increase in Covid-19 patients who remain in public.

Mérida’s new mobility plan features a 71 kilometer-long cycle path

In a coordinated effort between the state government and the Mérida City Council, a total.

Experts say Hurricane Season could extend until 2021

On Monday, October 19th, the twenty-seventh tropical cyclone of the season was formed in the.

When booking your next cruise, expect a price jump and new COVID-19 rules

More bad news for cruise fans: You’ll likely pay more for the next voyage you.

Merida City Council joins global alliance to promote open government

MÉRIDA.- The municipal government of Mérida, Yucatán, has been selected to join the Alliance for.

Specialist says Las Americas and other areas need protection walls and special drainage

Mérida, Yucatan (October 19, 2020).- Construction rules in Merida’s north, where developers have been building.

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Low expectations in Mexico as US election approaches

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A week before U.S. elections, expectations and attention are unusually low in a foreign country that…

Mexico seizes industrial-scale meth, fentanyl lab in CDMX

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Soldiers and police in Mexico seized an industrial-scale meth and fentanyl lab that was so big…

“Zeta” will bring a lot of rain to Yucatán; recently flooded areas on alert

MÉRIDA, Yucatán.- Given the proximity of the tropical storm “Zeta”, which is expected to enter the Yucatán Peninsula as a…

Archaeological zones of Quintana Roo register more than 28,000 visits

The four archaeological zones opened in mid-September, registered a capacity of 28,594 people, which represented 89.3% of the planned capacity…

Felipe Arizmendi, bishop emeritus of Chiapas, named cardinal by Pope Francis

He will not be able to participate in a conclave to elect or be voted as pope though. Pope Francis…